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A Baby Gift

September 5, 2013

The hardest part of giving a gift is finding the right way to present it.  This year Stampin’ Up! has been wonderfully kind and given us lots of options for gift giving.  I decided to decorate one of the cute Tag a Bag Gift Boxes to package a gift for a friends new baby.  There are 8 boxes in the set which you can assemble without glue and they come with acetate sleeves, also already assembled.

Gift-for-Danielles-BabyI created a little cover from some Pretty in Pink card (retired but just the right pink for this gift) which I stamped using the fine splash from the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set and Pretty in Pink ink.  I scored the card so that it would sit over the top of the box and rounded the corners.  The acetate sleeve slides right over the top.  Then I used the new Gift Bow Bigz L Die which can be found in the Seasonal Catalogue.   The bow is created using some retired Pretty in Pink Designer Series Paper to match the card stock.   I wrapped the box with Whisper White 5/8″ Organza Ribbon and attached the Bow.  This slides off so that the box can be opened.

025This video will show you just how quickly and easily you can create beautiful bows.

Amazing isn’t it.  Of course, now that you have seen how easy it is to create such gorgeous bows you will want one for yourself.  You can purchase this die at my online store for the fabulous price of $55.95.

So now you have seen my gift packaging, check out both the Annual Catalogue and also the new Seasonal Catalogue for a fabulous array of gift packaging ideas.

Bye for now, Kris.

One Comment leave one →
  1. Lynda S permalink
    September 8, 2013 9:28 pm

    Just LOVE it Kris….pure and simple. ooxx


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